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. but this is how arraignments work. you have a defense attorney who represents the -- who represents the defendant. he asserts that he understands the charges against him. now, what is usually dealt with in an arraignment is the question of bail. is someone getting out on bail. obviously this defendant is not getting out on bail, and really the only purpose of this arraignment is to start the 30-day clock, which will lead to an indictment in the next month. >> all right, jeffrey toobin and deborah feyerick, thank you so much. we'll be right back. when we come back, we'll speak to a runner who, today, is going to finish that marathon. stay with us. at angie's list, you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. no company can pay to be on angie's list, so you can trust what you're reading. angie's list is like having thousands of close neighbors where i can go ask for personal recommendations. that's the idea. before you have any work done, check angie's list. from roofers to plumbers to dentists and more, angie's list -- reviews you can trust. i l
to make the claim and i am not making this claim. i'm saying this is what a defense lawyer would do if he was in this silgs, try to -- in this situation, try to make the claim that he was under the svengal-like influence of the older brother. i can't imagine that working. >> i don't care about get that's the thing, mitch says you are his idol. you guys have a big, large, disagreement here. even a nonlawyer like myself sees disagreement. as far as i know, if you invoke this enemy combatant stuff, you take him out of play. you take him away from the lawyers. you ask questions for i don't care a month or two. you can have the option of putting him back into the federal criminal system. that's not the issue. the issue is not prosecution. we know he is getting life. the issue is in a war, don't we need more information? >> well, yes, larry, obviously, the answer to that question is yes. clearly the enemy combatant model would be the way to insure we definitely got the information we needed. now, because they have chosen the criminal justice model, because he's been advised of his rights today
in boston the defense against terrorists is putting some companies that are not well known names into the spotlight. jackie deangelis working that angle. >> good afternoon. the boston bombings brings attention back to security and safety issues here at home. there definitely are some companies that could see an uptick from increased orders in security software and equipment. oppenheimer highlighting video monitors and communications, interception solutions that enable realtime online tracking of suspicious activities. companies like nice systems and verint both leaders in that space. crt capital feeling other significant sporting events will respond to the boston incident by stepping up their security measures as well. crt adding osi systems, american science and engineering, and also flir systems to the list of their names to watch. there are also security monitoring equipment companies like honeywell. honeywelcome pets in this space with united technologies and tyco international which also offers various security monitoring technology equipment. ingersoll rand, they have a sec
. helping the world keep promises. ♪ lou: joining us now, criminal defense attorney heather hansen and fox news legal analyst criminal defense attorney janice spiel board. i want to get to two pieces very quickly. the arrest in taxes of the wife of the exit justice of the piece there charged with three murders. the d.a., assistant d.a., and the wife of the district attorney. >> the odd thing about that is police went and basically on her confession that she was the one who often these people, sort of, i guess, in retribution for has been getting convicted. very convoluted. he gets convicted of stealing and lost his job. lou: stealing three computers. >> shooting three innocent people. now warmer has it that she will also put the gun and arouse the sand. right now he has not been charged with murders. >> in jail for making terroristic threats, and he is in jail for the bond. what she is now saying, she's the one that pull the trigger. they found a warehouse full of arms and the car. has really been -- the investigation has been amazing. lou: we don't have an opportunity to do this enough. t
and that is the top five. the number five. oklahoma. the state charges the defense cents a gallon including the $0.18 federal gas tax. number for south carolina. the state gas tax under $0.70 for number three new jersey has some of the highest income tax and property tax only charges $0.15 for the gas tax. number to. wyoming. $0.14 gas tax help this state have overall prices $3.33 a gallon. number one states is alaska's only $0.8 on a gallon goes to the government but has the second-highest price only be high range hawaii. the highest gas tax is due york 77-gallon. the whole world is like that with new york. more on unions to infiltrate the charter schools and we bring the latest, the boston bombgs and lou dobbs gives us his take. at tyco integrated security, we consider ourselves business optimizers. how? by building custom security solutions that integrate video, access control, fire and intrusion protection. all backed up with world-class monitoring centers, thousands of qualified technicians, and a personal passion to help protect your business. when your business is optimized like that, we ar
? >> well, this is a pretty easy call. certainly this defense lawyer is going to say, stop talking. there is nothing to be gained at this point, particularly since his cooperation may be the only negotiating leverage he has to avoid a death penalty. so certainly there will be two thoughts on the mind of his defense attorney. one is silence from his client, and the second is delay. delay things as long as possible. the country, the commonwealth of massachusetts, boston, everybody is hugely exercised about this right now, but time has a way of making people somewhat less angry, increasing the chances perhaps for a plea bargain or some sort of other resolution to the case. >> so all of that talk of some sort of public safety exception before you give him his miranda rights, all that talk of naming him as an enemy combatant, all of that is moot right now. they've gone forward with the official proceedings. >> well, they may have used the public safety exception, and apparently they were using it to question him, and he responded in some way given his medical condition. but certainly no
game. >> defense secretary chuck hagel spoke about the bombings today while on a flight to israel saying, the attack was criminal and every region of the world is not safe from these terrible acts. >> i have not seen any intelligence that would make such a link, but as you know, all of the facts are not in. all of the dynamics and intelligence is not complete and until we know that, until we get more pieces, we won't be able to answer some of those questions. >> hagel also said the obama administration doesn't have enough information yet to decide whether the surviving 19-year-old tsarnaev brother should be sent to the guantanamo bay prison for terror suspects. >>> we're learning much, much more about the suspects now from the russian republic of dagestan where their father now lives. now cnn can exclusively reveal alleged boston bomber tamerlan tsarnaev, the older brother, had video of a jihadist on his youtube channel. let's get to nick paton walsh now, he joins us by phone from dagestan. so nick, what do you know about this video? i just spoke with the police commissioner here
about the suspect here. holly hughes joins me now. he's in atlanta. he's a criminal defense attorney, she's also a former prosecutor. so holly, cnn has been told that dzhokhar tsarnaev will be questioned under something called the public safety exception which means he will not be read his miranda rights and senator john mac cain wants his classified as an enemy combatant. >> don, that's going to be borne out by an investigation which is still ongoing. the reason that john mac cain and others are pushing for this, they want to get to the bottom of this. they want to know is this just an act by this two particular brothers or is this widespread. this international terrorism. but the problem is this is going to come they don't have enough to label them as enemy combatant. these are young men that have been in the country for a while. anybody who has watched tv knows they have a right to remain silent. so whether or not you read miranda to this man when he wakes up, we know that medically he's unable to talk right now, he still knows he has a right to remain silent. so i'm not sure the
a sense that it can bbecomes justifying ainiable cor a justifiable defense, in other words, if you are in airline industry, you will take your time to make your point, if you move fast the chance of you getting a budget hike is less likely. i don't want to be that jaded, i'm just saying it would behoove you to not to look like things are not a problem. >> i think that administration has asked them to make it look as painful as possible. frontline folks i think they will continue to serve the customer, the customer is happy, business is good. they get rewarded. neil: you fly all of the time, are they that happen? >> it depends on airline and products. neil: every agent i bump in to must like cnn . >> i kill them with kindness. neil: you do. >> i have to. neil: all right a certain amount of attitude, and dismissiveness, with this, they might believe that pudding shove down their throat. but, i don't suspect we'll see much improvement. >> i think you are focussing on is airline piece that is piece -- >> that feeds from all of the above, faa and homeland security. tsa . >> think about
better. the good part of this, over the years we have improved our safety and defenses and ability to be proactive and disrupt minimizing the attacks. weep can't something everything. everybodied in counter terrorism operation and law enforcement, they understand that. you never get the risk to zero. you lich with the knowledge that something will slip through. >> mike in 15 seconds: are we save? >> we are safer. we are immeasurably safer than we say 10 or 12 years ago in part we are better than what we do . cooperation with the agencies is better and technology improved our ability and dissimulate millions of pieces of information and the answer is, we are safer, we'll never be completely safe and we'll have to enjoy our liberties and line and things that we treasure and still maintain security. >> mike baker, thank you and great to have you with us tonight. >> and the rampant media speculation and a big week for citizen journalist, that's nownext. ♪ ♪ can you hear it? ♪ fueling the american spirit ♪ no matter when, no matter where ♪ ♪ marathon will take you there beca
the boom, you could already be hit. awareness of your surroundings could be the only defense. what we learned from this is that these devices are crude, they're cheaply made, and they're made for two reasons only, wolf, and that is to spread terror and to kill. >> to kill and maim as many people as possible. >> that's right. that device that you saw, because it was on the ground just like the one here in boston, when that shrapnel came flying out, it was all at knee level for quite a distance. so the people close to that, that's where they were getting their injuries, that's what we saw here. >> pretty scary. thanks very much for that report. eye opening. frightening indeed. david mattingly reporting for us. appreciate it. >>> we're standing by now, not for one, but two live news conferences. we just learned the boston police department is going to be briefing all of us on the boston -- the 19-year-old surviving suspect in this case. there's new information coming in. you're looking at live pictures from the boston police department. also, that live news conference from mississippi on
, the defense secretary chuck hagel spoke about the bombing investigation today. he said so far he has not seen any intelligence directly linking the surviving suspect and his older brother, the 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev, to any, any terrorist organization per se, but the chairman of the house intelligence committee says the older tsarnaev who was killed after the shootout with police, may have become seriously radicalized by islamic extremists when he went to russia last year. here's what the house homeland security chairman had to say today on cnn's state of the union. >> there were reports they had suicide vests on. you don't learn that overnight. i personally believe that this man received training when he was over there, and he radicalized from 2010 to the present, and nine months after he comes back from the chechen region, he pulled off the largest terror attack since 9/11. >> after a dramatic shootout with police that killed his older brother and then eluding police in an intense day-long manhunt, dzhokhar tsarnaev is hospitalized. he's described as being in serious but stable condi
and have a good defensive effect and there's the element of surprise. now you've got police all over the place in watertown. so i don't really think that this is applicable. i think there are people that want to make this argument. >> she is clueless. she is clueless! >> for a u.s. senator to compare the effectiveness of a modern sporting rifle to a shotgun shows she's a complete idiot on this issue. she doesn't know the back end after white tailed deal from -- >> she ought to take a look on youtube of some people shooting shot guns, and right back. and boom! you don't have that kick. >> i wouldn't want to protect myself with only a 12 gauge shotgun. >> i have to get out of new york. only 7 bullets in any gun. this state is taking people's rights away left and right. these guys, i want them found as you do. i think this was a big mistake we made tonight. >> sean, it's scary where this country is going. i hope good americans use this as a wake-up call and realize if this is the new norm we better wake up. >> senator, thanks for being with us. appreciate it. coming up on this, the one
cold war world. he set up -- he set up a defense structure that cold war started with harry truman and ended with ronald reagan. and now he's considered one of the near great presidents. >> i've always found it fascinating how in realtime we build up and tear down presidents. historians do the same thing. there was a time period 20 or 30 years when historians were giving truman not much credit and there was some revisionism in the late '90s. and we've seen it with grant, with polk, we'll see it with other presidents. >> right. and you look at george bush and 30, 40 years from now, obviously our pearl harbor is 9/11. and a lot of people, historians going to say america wasn't attacked again during the rest of his term over the next seven years. and painted in broad colors, broad strokes, he's going to be judged first and foremost for that. >> what's going on in the aftermath of boston. barack obama has to start worrying about his legacy and isn't going to be enough. does he want his legacy to be i failed? are there going to be any excuses big enough for history. he's got to figure o
security homeland defense and foreign operations committee. what are you hearing about the investigation, congressman? >> well, we're hearing that the fbi is in the lead i think as you already know and the president staying up to date on all of this but we know that we have every single agency at the federal, state and local level coordinating well and working under the direction. they're looking for every single clue they can and at the same time, you know, coming the rescue and help and aid to the extent they can of the people impacted by this. so i think you are going to find it's probably a very concerted and well coordinated effort. may take sometime to get to the bottom of things but i believe that we will. >> what are the questions you want more answered when you get your briefing today and understanding that, you know, we are less than 24 hours in to this? >> i first want to know that everything that can be done is done for the people injured and families. i believe that that's the case. i know that you had an interview with the doctors at one of the hospitals and i think the res
of police officers did, rushing in to set up a line of defense around it while they rushed people away. then, wolf, they brought in the technology. going to demonstrate what we are talking about with this small model. they brought in a thermal imaging helicopter. it can look to the ground and measure anything that's hot down there and see anything giving off any heat, including a human being in a boat in a backyard like that one there. this is what they saw. they had an image of someone in the back of that boat, just as the witness had suspected, and the person was moving around. while all we have are still images, they had real time video that told them when someone was moving in the back of that boat. a gun fight ensued. there were injuries to him, i believe he was hit two more times, threw flash bang grenades there and everything got quiet as negotiators tried to talk to him. what happened next? they brought in more technology, had a robotic arm so they could reach out to him. two hours, then they brought in thermal imaging one more time. this is what they saw in the final image. they wer
in the national defense system and preventing further tragedies perpetrated on the american public is that we do things properly and we get to truth and justice. sometimes that takes a long time. in the atlanta bombing, which was a very serious event regarding the olympics, it took a long time and frankly when we finally apprehended the individual, there was a lot of fatigue in the system. i think the system outlasted the perpetrator in that situation and we got to a place of justice. >> all right. former attorney general john ashcroft, thank you very much for your insight this morning. >> delight to be with you. thank you very much. keep up the good work. >> thank you. up next, today's business headlines with cnbc's brian shactman. keep it here on "morning joe." i'm with clemmie, who is looking to save to help make ends meet. what if you could save over $500 bucks a year by changing one small thing? yeah, let's do it! let's do it. the average fast food breakfast can run you over $4 a meal per person. i know. walmart has a ton of breakfast options. a meal like this costs about $1.64 per serving.
. he's joining us from tampa. richard herman is a criminal defense attorney, a law professor as well. he's joining us from las vegas. thanks very much for coming in. let's start with the fact that the government did not read the suspect his miranda rights invoking the public safety exception. avery, what do you think about that decision? >> i think it's an incorrect decision. i don't think there should be any delay in mirandizing. the job is to secure a convicti conviction. at the same time, intelligence personnel are going to be talking to this individual, talking to tsarnaev because there are issues unrelated to his personal issue criminality. and miranda has nothing to do with that, wolf. so we're seeing federal officials making the interview, trying to ask questions will have nothing to do withmy ran did. it's imperative because we don't want to jeopardize this prosecution in any way. i think it's imperative it be done now. >> richard, do you agree? >> well, i do think he should be mirandized, but we have heard interviews earlier today where the justice department says they don't
the articles. we know now he ran after his own brother. you know what the defense is going to be. i was brainwashed by my brother. i ran over him to get away. >> the older brother, basically was even asked to leave his own mosque because his anti-american views were so strong that the islamic community in cambridge was outraged. >> if they saw this happen, raise this question and raise him and bring this issue to the officials? >> yes. >> that's the other piece of that that year going to be talking about. thank you in boston. michelle, thank you. anything that you see here on "squawk", shoot us an e-mail or follow us on twitter. >>> coming up next, market insight from flem. and morgan stanley. and gold on the rebound after a big slide. find out what's driving the move back above $1,400. plus, what is apple bringing to the earnings table? we tell you what we should be looking for when numbers come out tomorrow. [ engine revving ] ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just stay alive... but feel alive. the c-class i
to aerospace and defense customers during that quarter. dupont reporting 1.56 per share. that was four cents higher than wall street estimates. chairman and ceo will be joining us in a few minutes to talk about all of that. among the other stories we're following this morning a car bomb hit the france embassy in libya today. two french guards were injured. there was extensive damage. this was the first attack on a foreign mission since militants stormed u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> u.s. equity futures have been indicated higher. came in looking at moderate red arrows. dow futures up 65 points above fair value. s&p up by better than four and a half points. overseas in asia overnight you did see a little bit of weakness. hang seng down 1%. and in europe right now, the trends there at least have been following what we have seen here. in fact, the cac is up 2.5%. da x-up 1.6%. the markets have a healthy dose of earnings today. we have seen a lot of that. the market is attractively valued. but he says there are still shorter term technical concerns. joining us is john lynch at wells fargo bank.
being interrogated by military, department of defense officials, of course f.b.i. >> brian: if i say suspect, what changes about me legally? >> everything. the fifth amendment, mayor randa -- miranda rights, in terms of being so identified as someone who was being looked at and so he is probably interviewed as a witness, as a victim. but at the same time, and it's constitutional, give american authorities the right to look at every part of his life if they get lawful subpoenas. i'm confident the f.b.i. will get this guy. 1-800-494-tips. >> brian: thanks. coming up straight ahead, our next guest recorded history. pictures from the attack, a photographer in the boston globe here live next. >> steve: our coverage continues of the boston bombings. but there are other stories. first of all, a fox news alert. a u.s. marine helicopter crashed -- has crashed in south korea overnight near the north korean border. all 21 people on board are alive and being treated at the hospital. the military says the super stallion chapper made a hard landing while conducting routine flight operations. the c
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